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What's included in a Device Analytics Assessment?

Device Analytics

In order to get the best out of a managed print service, we would always recommend having an assessment of your current set-up to ensure you get a service that suits your needs and objectives and optimises the set-up you already have. 

At Xenith, we start with a ‘Device Analytics Assessment’, in which our business intelligence team use device analytics to build a thorough and comprehensive overview of your print fleet. 

Device Analytics

By creating an accurate picture of your current print infrastructure, it’s possible to help you identify and quantify opportunities for improvement in the future. 

Reduce the cost of device ownership by 43% by optimising your print fleet with Device Analytics

How is a device analytics assessment conducted?

A Xenith business analyst will capture and analyse your device data using our unique discovery tool. This then presents a floorplan-based drag & drop visual interface as well as unique depth and detail of data collection for superior insight, the total cost of ownership and Green reporting and future state design.

Device analytics is ideal for understanding the financial and environmental impact of your print fleet. This information and data is derived from the devices themselves.

What’s included in a device analytics assessment?

First of all, a print assessment is not a “one-size fits all” approach. In order to get the most from a device analytics assessment, we take an approach that is data driven but also takes into account the people involved in the processes. 

Here are 6 key features of our device analytics assessment:

1) Breakdown of devices

This shows us how many devices are used in your print environment by location and type of device. 

2) Floorplans

The floorplan we create shows all of the device locations, the associated volumes and the distances of the device to the users. 

3) Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

This presents the total cost of ownership of your current print fleet and is important for assessing the savings that can be made.

4) ‘What if’ Analysis

A ‘what if’ analysis uses scenario modelling to illustrate what your office of the future could look like and where savings can be made.

5) Voice of the user

This is how we take into account the different user requirements and concerns to ensure that these are addressed and to make sure that everything is working as efficiently as possible.

6) Environmental Impact

As part of the device analytics assessment, we take into account the impact of your device fleet on the environment. 

A device analytics assessment is the first part of our assessment process and is usually followed by User and Document Analytics and Process Analytics assessments. All of these assessments give us vital information to provide helpful and useful advice when looking into a new managed print service.